Reduce Holiday Stress for Learning Challenged Kids: Replay is Here

Reduce Holiday Stress for Learning Challenged Kids: Replay is Here

Holiday time can be stressful for our learning challenged kids. Did you know...there are specific things you can do to lessen the stress over the holidays and then ease into the new school year?

Learn the 7 holiday activities that reduce stress and promote learning

Learn the 5 steps to set your child up for school success in January.

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There are 3 segments to the presentation. First, we’ll go over a variety of activities you can do this holiday season that will reduce holiday stress and keep your kids engaged and learning. Second, we’ll go over a bit of information regarding learning challenges, and finally we’ll get into 5 steps to school success for the New Year.

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Written by: Bonnie Terry, M. Ed., BCET See other articles by Bonnie Terry, M. Ed., BCET
About the Author:

Bonnie Terry, M. Ed., BCET is the author of Five Minutes To Better Reading Skills, Ten Minutes To Better Study Skills and numerous others books, reading games, and guides and the Awaken the Scholar Within Programs. She is a Board Certified Educational Therapist and internationally recognized as America’s Leading Learning Specialist and the founder of BonnieTerryLearning.com. Terry is an expert in identifying students’ learning disabilities. Ms. Terry coaches teachers and parents so they can give their child a 2 to 4 year learning advantage in just 20 minutes a day. She is a frequent media guest and speaker.

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